The Southeast’s premier destination for Outlaw Kart racing will crown five champions on Wednesday night at Millbridge Speedway (NC) and will be broadcasting all of the action live for free to all premium subscribers to the Speed51 Video Network.


The 1/6-mile clay oval in Salisbury, North Carolina will name champions in the VP Fuels Outlaws division, Victory Lane Karting Open division, Bundy Built Intermediate division, QRC Box Stock division and the Simpson Beginner Box Stock division on Wednesday, October 24.


Wednesday’s racing will also serve as the prelude to the Keith Kunz Motorsports Giveback Classic, which is shaping up to be one of the biggest events in the history of Outlaw Kart racing.


The KKM Giveback Classic will pay $2,000 to the race winner, but more importantly, the winner will score a seat in a Keith Kunz Motorsports-prepared midget at the 2019 Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Midget Nationals in Tulsa, Oklahoma in January.


Nearly 70 drivers have sent in entries to race in the inaugural Keith Kunz Motorsports Giveback Classic, which will feature Millbridge Speedway’s Open division as the premier racing class.


Strong kart counts are expected on championship night this week as teams come out to prepare for the following week’s Giveback Classic.


Race fans that cannot make it to Millbridge Speedway this Wednesday can watch all of the action live on for free, as long as they have a premium membership to the Speed51 Video Network. In addition to gaining access to Wednesday’s championship night, Speed51 Network premium subscribers will also be able to watch next Tuesday’s qualifying night for the KKM Giveback Classic.


Fans can become members by purchasing either a monthly subscription for $7.99 per month or a yearly subscription for $69.99. Premium memberships can be purchased today by clicking here.


Next Wednesday’s Keith Kunz Motorsports Giveback Classic will be streamed via a pay-per-view broadcast on for $24.99.  Video tickets for that event can be purchased by clicking here.


About Millbridge Speedway

Millbridge Speedway has been in existence for more than 25 years. The Burnetts took over the speedway in 2011 to transform it into a premier Outlaw Kart track. Over the years the Burnetts have added banking, built new walls, put up new lights, and made numerous changes to the speedway to make it one of the best Outlaw Kart tracks in the country. Millbridge Speedway has been featured on national television multiple times over the past few years, including two televised races over the past two years, with drivers from all over the US and Canada coming to race.

Speed51 to Stream Championship Night Wed. at Millbridge